Learn how to nudge automation nodes horizontally and vertically by key command.
See how to non-destructively normalize gain on audio regions individually or in relation to selected audio regions.
Discover new ways of working in take folders using the new take folder Quick Swipe and edit click zones.
Discover new enhancements when working with the Tools menu in various windows.
Explore the new Match EQ interface and see the updated workflow functions in action.
A thorough look at Logic’s new Loudness Meter.
Learn about improvements to the AutoFilter, Chorus, and MultiMeter plug-ins.
Explore the updated interfaces for the Exciter, Modulation Delay, Pitch Shifter, Noise Gate, and Surround MultiMeter plug-ins.
The status of a channel strip’s mute button is now remembered after the same channel strip’s solo button is used.
The Logic Pro X 10.2.3 update includes some significant enhancements, and Eli Krantzberg returns to take you through all of them, as well as teach you creative ways to use them!
Eli begins with a video showing how to utilize one of the major enhancements of this update, the new automation nudge functions. He demonstrates how you can nudge automation horizontally and vertically by key command.
After that, Eli shows you how you can now non-destructively normalize gain on audio regions, either individually or in relation to selected audio regions. That leads into an explanation of new ways of working in Takes folders using the new Quick Swipe and edit click zones.
Eli then reveals the new enhancements in this update relating to working with the Tools menu in various windows. You can now use the key commands for the various tools as “momentary switches” to select a tool while the key is depressed, and then return to your original tool when you release the key.
After that, Eli moves onto enhancements to the various plug-ins. First, he explores the Match EQ, which has an updated interface and a host of new workflow features. Next, he introduces a new plug-in, the Loudness Meter, which gives you numerous ways of monitoring the level of your source material.
Moving on, Eli goes through improvements to the AutoFilter, Chorus, and MultiMeter plug-ins. Finally, he introduces the plug-ins that have had their interfaces updated: Exciter, Modulation Delay, Pitch Shifter, Noise Gate, and Surround MultiMeter.
Finally, Eli takes you through the enhanced Mute Button behavior, in which the status of the mute button is remembered after the channel strip’s solo button has been used.
If you want to know what's new in Logic Pro X 10.2.3 and get the most from it, watch "Logic Pro X 10.2.3 Update Explained" today!
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